Private Insurance

We Know Listed Building Insurance

It’s about every last detail with listed properties, including Grade I, II and II* listed buildings.

Lycetts has extensive experience of insuring listed residential and commercial properties within the United Kingdom, which includes Grade I, II and II*listed buildings. We source specialist listed building insurance cover to meet our clients’ requirements, taking into account the particular liabilities that they may face. Whether you own a Grade I, Grade II or Grade II* listed property, our expertise can help you protect your investment.

Owning or managing a Grade I, II or II* listed building or historic property is a tremendous responsibility. Making sure that the insurance cover in place is appropriate to the building and the circumstances is therefore vital. Many such buildings are not adequately covered against a wide range of risks, from archaeological renovation through to drainage and flood damage.

Our clients benefit from our listed property team’s expert knowledge of heritage properties. We possess a keen understanding of the subtleties, difficulties and solutions around Grade I, II and II* listed building insurance. We have excellent relationships with specialist underwriters, which enable us to arrange insurance for listed buildings that takes into account a client’s unique property liabilities.

In the event of a claim, we arrange for specialist surveyors to correctly identify re-build costs, taking into account the additional cost of re-building with identical materials and working with specialist contractors to re-instate your property.

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We’ve offices located all across the United Kingdom

And we’re always available for you by telephone or email whenever and wherever you need us.

Contact our expert directly or alternatively complete your details below to contact the team.

Will McCarter 3

William McCarter

Marlborough

"We believe in bringing a reverent and sympathetic eye to the multi-faceted nature of listed and historic properties."

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How to claim listed building insurance.

In the event of a claim, please notify your Lycetts account executive or claims handler as soon as possible, and certainly of the incident.

Some policies have strict time limits for notification of claims, so if there is a delay you may prejudice your claim.

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